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Protective effects of olive oil in relation to brain cancer

Olive oil has a reputation as being one of the more ‘healthier’ fats, leading to medical attention paid to the so-called Mediterranean diet. A new meta-review has considered the evidence of an oil-oil rich diet in relation to protection from brain can

Mediterranean diet beneficially affects brain volume

New research indicates that the Mediterranean diet leads to a positive impact on brain health. This is based upon brain volume being maintained at a higher rate.

Best diet for the brain revealed, but will it work?

Diets that are good for the heart and general health are commonplace these days (irrespective of how well they actually work). What about diets intended to benefit the brain?

Maria Menounos reveals secrets to 40-pound weight loss

"Extra TV" host Maria Menounos lost 40 pounds by following the heart-healthy Mediterranean diet and doing rigorous Pilates and Krav Maga workouts.

Olive oil and lettuce can ‘reduce blood pressure’

London - New research suggests that a diet that combines unsaturated fats with nitrite-rich vegetables, such as olive oil and lettuce, can protect from hypertension.

Op-Ed: The newfound benefits of the Mediterranean Diet

The typical Western style of eating is full of processed foods, bad fats, and sugar. It is no surprise we are a country suffering from chronic illness and obesity, all directly tied to our eating habits.

Mediterranean diet can reduce heart attacks

Spanish scientists have shown that the Mediterranean diet may counteract the increased risk of cardiovascular disease and stroke in people with type 2 diabetes.

Spain is officially healthiest country to live in Europe

Despite its economic problems, Spain is still the healthiest place to live in Europe, and possibly the world, according to the medical journal Lancet, with an average of 70.9 years of healthy living, and a life expectancy of 81.4 years.

Mediterranean diet cuts risks of heart disease, new study shows

A new study has confirmed that a Mediterranean diet rich in olives and nuts can reduce the risks of cardiovascular disease, heart attacks and stroke.

Tomato skin pill could cut risk of heart attacks and cancer

Scientists have claimed that a new trial into the tomato skin pill Ateronon shows that it could cut the risks of heart attacks, strokes and cancer.

Olive Oil Days tickle the palate in Zagreb Special

Zagreb - A two-day event in the Croatian capital celebrated the delicious bounty of the republic's olive-growing regions with olive oil tastings, interactive workshops and exhibitions.

Op-Ed: Simple eggs made Mediterranean style Special

San Francisco - This morning for 4th of July, this reporter wanted to make breakfast, simple but enticing enough for the sudden and unexpected guests, that stopped by. Actually, they were extended family members. Still everyone needed a holiday breakfast.

Mediterranean Diet Keeps Allergies at Bay

Children in the Greek Islands are less likely to suffer from allergies and asthma than children elsewhere, says a new study. Researchers in Britian suggest a Mediterraian diet, which is rich in fruits, veggies and nuts, may be the reason.

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